Skip to main content

About your Search

20130801
20130831
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)
street america doing in the face of our country's economic ups and downs? we decided to travel the country to find out. our next stop brundidge, alabama. ♪ sweet home alabama >> i'm in brundidge, alabama, population about 2,000. i'm about half way between montgomery, alabama, and pensacola, florida. 60 years ago, main street here on brundidge was hopping. this was the place people came to shop, convene and hang out. look around now and it's not exactly the same. there are a lot of vacancies here. so what happened? well, the same thing that happened to a lot of towns in america. factories shut down, people lost jobs and then big box stores moved in. but brundigde isn't a ghost town and doesn't intend to be. there are a lot of stores surviving here. so we wanted to know, what are those business people doing to keep their small businesses alive? and what is the town doing to make sure that brundidge's main street doesn't disappear? >> hi, i'm chairman of the board of the first national bank of brundidge, alabama. we were founded in 1904 by my great grandfather. i'm also the mayo
, then america votes and then a commercial in super bowl. you can't ask for more than that. thank you for letting us know about that. thank you for all the advice in this segment. stick around because we need you for the elevator pitch. >>> if you have a question for our experts, all have you to do is go to our website. the address is openforum.com/yourbusiness. once you get there, hit the show link to submit a question for our panel. again, that website is openforum.com/yourbusiness. or e-mail us your questions and comments. that address is yourbusiness@msnbc.com. >>> now, we like to check out twitter from time to time to see what's trending about small business. here's some of the latest tweets. next street, which funds small businesses tweets, how much does credit matter for small biz? a lot. new study reports loans increase chance of survival. "usa today" small biz columnist says nothing is as frustrating as clients who want to stand over your shoulder. keep perspective and communicate with them often. and analyst kim from savor the success has good advice, it's important not to fear mistakes
that changed america forever. the march on washington. august 28th, 1963. ♪ >> people of all race
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)